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Whirlpool GI6FDRXXY Gold 25.5 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator - Energy Star

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  • Accu-Chill Temperature Management System
  • 6th Sense Technology
  • SpillGuard Glass Shelves
  • Dimensions (WHD): 35 3/8" X 70 1/8" X 35 1/4"
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Technical Details
Brand NameWhirlpool
Model InfoGI6FDRXXY
Item Weight350 pounds
Product Dimensions35.2 x 35.6 x 70.1 inches
Item model numberGI6FDRXXY
Part Number GI6FDRXXY
Form Factor french_door
ColorStainless Steel
CertificationEnergy Star
  
Additional Information
ASINB004MHLYRK
Best Sellers Rank #19,668 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight350 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 15, 2010
  
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Product Description

This 26 cu. ft. ENERGY STAR qualified and CEE Tier 3* rated model is our most efficient french door refrigerator available. It features tap touch controls and white LED lights that make your food look like food. The Accu-Chill temperature management system enabled by 6th Sense technology returns food to the desired temperature in half the time.

  • 6th Sense Technology
  • Accu-Chill Temperature Management System
  • ENERGY STAR Qualified
  • Resource Saver Refrigeration System
  • Adaptive Defrost System (ADS)
  • Tap Touch Electronic Controls
  • LED Interior Lighting
  • 26 Cu. Ft. Capacity
  • Exterior Ice & Water Dispenser
  • PuR 6-Month Water Filtration
  • SpillGuard Glass Shelves
  • Fast Cool Option
  • Dispenser Control Lock
  • Cubed and Crushed Ice Selection
  • Factory Installed Automatic Ice Maker
  • Humidity-Controlled Crispers
  • Temperature-Controlled Full-Width Pantry
  • Smooth Door Finish (all colors)
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Wayne T. Wolf on March 8, 2013
    We remodeled our kitchen in Feb 2012 and bought over 5K worth of SS appliances (and 5-year warranties) from Brandsmart in Deerfield Beach,Fl including this lovely-looking Whirlpool-Gold stainless-steel French Door Bottom Freezer refrigerator. Just 6 months later the plastic CENTER SUPPORT SNAPPED IN THE FRONT to cause the 2 vegetable/fruit bins it supported to 'fall' and become cockeyed (dropping inward, toward the center next to each other); this made the veggie bins hard to pull out and made the bottom DELI bin impossible to pull out (since the 2 veggie bins above it were now sitting upon the DELI bin below them).

    There was no problem with Whirlpool Customer Service to send out a new plastic center support REPLACEMENT part since this was well within the 1-year warranty period from the Manufacturer (and the Brandsmart 5-year warranty period). Installing this part was easy and at first we chocked this up to 'infant mortality' where a somewhat defective piece of plastic had gone bad...(but we were WRONG!)...I say this because just 6 months after installing the REPLACEMENT part from Whirlpool, the same thing happened again...the same plastic center support SNAPPED IN THE FRONT to cause the 2 vegetable/fruit bins it supported to 'fall' and become cockeyed (dropping toward the center, and making the DELI drawer impossible to open).

    Examination of the failing part shows a very weak engineering design concept in my opinion...that a 1/8-inch-thick piece of plastic that's about 1-inch wide,front to back could support the contents of not one, but TWO Vegetable/Fruit bins.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 29, 2012
    We bought this refrigerator eight months ago and have really enjoyed it. My wife and I have four children, so we load up both the fridge and freezer sections. We are always surprised at how much it will hold. I often open the door wondering where another plate of leftovers will go and somehow it just fits. For example, we keep four gallons of milk in one fridge door along with numerous bottles of condiments and usually a sippy cup or two. The slide out tray holds a deceptively large amount of stuff.

    We couldn't be more pleased with ours and have had no problems, although sometimes the ice comes out a little crushed when it is supposed to be cubed. And we really like the way it looks.

    I would recommend it and would purchase it again.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Easy Reader on September 27, 2012
    Had it since July. The doors require a conscious effort to close, which after two months, we have not mastered. There is a soft beeping alarm that sounds after a time if the doors are not sealed. Despite this, we all find the doors ajar for no reason. The freezer frosted over after about 24 hours of being slightly open (we were gone overnight). Maybe we've had a lifetime of old fridges with inefficient, easy to close doors and need more time to get used to this fancy piece of equipment? I'd like to observe other "high-end" fridge doors in action.

    Also, the ice cubes and crushed ice comes spraying out, making it difficult to capture them in a glass underneath the shoot. The inset tray does not have a drain for the melted ice which does not (in volume) make it into the cup. We keep a cotton rug nearby to absorb the water that comes from the ice surging beyond our containers onto the floor. The water that pools in the tray we soak up with a towel.

    The fridge came new with a new house.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rick006 on November 9, 2012
    The fridge doesn't cool everything properly, You have to be careful where you place your produce because it will freeze in some areas. I have wasted a lot of money from throwing away produce due to it freezing. Had several repairs done to the fridge, everything from the ice maker to light. This is the worst product I've bought. Never had so much trouble with anything in my life. Even the technicians that came from whirlpool said it was a poorly design model.
    I bought this because it was assemble here in the US, but spend your money elsewhere!
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Decyde on July 23, 2013
    Whirlpool brand fridges do not have the quality that they use to. My brother has a similar model and it's already blown its second motor within 2 years. For the price, you are better off purchasing a better brand that will get you more than a few years out of it. Purchasing a fridge should last you 10-20 years and Whirlpool does not live up to this.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SK on July 6, 2012
    We bought this fridge about two months ago as a replacement for a horrible Samsung that flooded our house. So far so good on this one.

    It's big, with good-sized veggie and deli drawers, lots of tall shelves (once we took an extraneous one out), and a deep freezer. Everything seems to be kept evenly cool, except for a cold spot in the top middle where we found inadvertently frozen condiments. Now that we know, no big deal. The french doors work fine -- the one that is supposed to be 'behind' the other will open/close independently with a bit of extra attention, and the alarm will let you know if you've forgotten it.

    The only downside is the ice maker, which is ridiculously noisy both when filling with water and with chopping up the ice (or whatever it's doing). The capacity isn't nearly what you'd expect from such a big fridge; it runs out of ice after not many glasses. It has also jammed up with ice several times, requiring us to remove the ice from the top of the mechanism to prevent it from slowly melting into the little door tray all day. So - definitely not a win in that department. But if you're mostly using the fridge as just a plain old fridge, then it's a good one.
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